Randi Chaverria Bio, Wiki
Randi Chaverria is a 36-year-old Family and Consumer Science teacher at Round Rock High School who was once lauded as the district’s “Teacher of the Year” allegedly performed oral sex on a student in a classroom, authorities said. She was arrested on Tuesday on November 26th and later released on bond, KVUE reported.
Randi Chaverria Round Rock Teacher Gave Student oral sex in the classroom twice
Randi Chaverria was arrested Tuesday after a student told police she had performed oral on him twice in October 2019, as per an affidavit obtained by KVUE. Text messages sent between the student and Chaverria – who was named the Secondary Teacher of the Year by the school district in May – appear to be consistent with the teen’s accusations, investigators said.
Parents of the high school were notified in an email early on November 2019 that Chaverria had an improper relationship with a student, prompting to take personal leave. She later resigned from her position on Nov. 19, the station reports.
Randi Chaverria was lauded as “Teacher of the Year” in her District
Chaverria, who had taught for the past six years, credited her family’s passion for education when she was recognized for her excellence in the classroom and named “Teacher of the Year” in her district.
“The most important role of a teacher is to help shape future generations to become successful members of our community,” Chaverria said earlier this year. “More than any curriculum I teach my students, I hope that they will walk away from my classroom thinking of ways that they can make a difference in their community and impact the lives of others for the better.”
Chaverria also led the school’s Adopt-A-Child community service project.
Round Rock High School Principal Statement
Round Rock High School Principal Matt Groff told in a statement to the parents said that Chaverria had passed a state background check prior to being hired – and had solid prior employment checks, KXAN reported.
“Safety is the top priority of Round Rick High School and Round Rock ISD,” Groff wrote in the letter. “Ensuring a safe and secure learning environment requires partnership between students, parents, campus and district staff, as well as law enforcement.”